Ed Sheeran will be gracing the stage at the Grammy Awards next weekend in front of the likes of Rihanna, Taylor Swift and Justin Timberlake, so it's hardly surprising that the singer is having nightmares about his upcoming duet with Elton John.
The 'Give Me Love' singer confirmed last week that he is due to perform a duet with none other than Elton John at the Grammys next weekend, marking his first appearance at the prestigious ceremony.
Ed Sheeran performing at The O2 Arena 2013 (WENN.com)
However, Sheeran is already aprehensive! He told Baltimore radio station Mix 106.5: "I went to sleep worrying about the Grammys... Like what happens if I win and what happens if I don't? And what happens if my voice cracks when I'm singing? I fell asleep just thinking about it and had this really odd dream."
"I'm doing the duet with Elton at the Grammys and I had this dream where we decided not to play the song we were going to play and we were going to play this other traditional song. I forgot to give him the piano reference and he just didn't play," he continued.
“Everyone was really confused and I got told off. I hope it isn't a pre-warning to what is actually going to happen!”
Sheeran also revealed that it was Sir Elton's idea to perform together.
During an interview with MTV News, Ed said: “He put it together. He rung me up one day and said, 'How would you feel about performing with me at the Grammys?' I was like, 'I'll check my schedule'.”
The 21-year-old is nominated for Song of the Year with his track 'A-Team' while Elton has previously won six Grammys.
The Grammy's will be held at Staples Center in Los Angeles February 10.